Will Sasso Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, and Other Facts

Will Sasso Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, and Other Facts

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Will Sasso was born in Ladner, British Columbia (a suburb of Vancouver), to a family of Italian descent. He grew up respecting comedy of all styles, thanks in part to an unhealthy relationship with the family television that began when Will was around two or three. With his mind consequently bent, Sasso decided at an early age to become an actor. At the age of fifteen, he landed his first agent and quickly began booking roles in television and film. Before moving from Vancouver to Los Angeles, Sasso starred for five seasons as the quirky teen, “Derek Wakaluk” on the award-winning Canadian dramatic series Madison (1993) allowing him to hone his acting and improvisational skills as well as providing him with enough money to buy a television of his own.

Interesting Facts about Will Sasso

  • Attended the same high school in Ladner, B.C. as Jason Priestley.
  • Lost 200 pounds in the year 2000.
  • Appears in the beginning of the music video for Sum 41 song “Still Waiting” as the manager for the band.
  • He is of Italian descent.
  • Impersonated “Tony Soprano”, Kenny Rogers and Dennis Franz on MADtv (1995).
  • Graduated from Delta Secondary, Delta B.C. Canada, 1993

Personal Quotes by Will Sasso

I was fortunate enough to crash the right audition when I was 15, and just took it from there.

- Will Sasso

I’ve never done a role because I was supposed to be the overweight guy.

- Will Sasso

I’m from Vancouver and friends of mine will shoot something up in Vancouver and they’ll be like, ‘Ugh.’ They’ve never been to Vancouver and they’re like, ‘They got me stuck in Vancouver for three months.’ I’m like, ‘No, you’re being set free. It’s one of the most livable cities in the entire world.’

- Will Sasso

As a kid I would watch ‘SCTV,’ ‘Saturday Night Live,’ ‘Monty Python’ and ‘The Kids in the Hall,’ and be amazed that these guys got to be different people every week. It spoke to the acting side in me.

- Will Sasso